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Title: Composição química e valor nutricional para grandes herbívoros das folhas e frutos de Aninga (Montrichardia linifera, Araceae)
Other Titles: Chemical composition and nutritional value of leaves and fruits of Aninga (Montrichardia linifera, Araceae) for large herbivores
metadata.dc.creator: AMARANTE, Cristine Bastos do
MÜLLER, Regina Celi Sarkis
DANTAS, Kelly das Graças Fernandes
ALVES, Claudio Nahum
MÜLLER, Adolfo Henrique
PALHETA, Dulcidéia da Conceição
Keywords: Nutrição
Herbívoro
Ruminante
Planta aquática
Nutrition
Herbivore
Ruminant
Aquatic plant
Issue Date: Dec-2010
Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia
Citation: AMARANTE, Cristine Bastos do et al. Composição química e valor nutricional para grandes herbívoros das folhas e frutos de Aninga (Montrichardia linifera, Araceae). Acta Amazonica, Manaus, v. 40, n. 4, p. 729-736, dez. 2010. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0044-59672010000400013. Disponível em: http://repositorio.ufpa.br/jspui/handle/2011/2572. Acesso em:.
Abstract: The aninga (Montrichardia linifera, Araceae) is often found in the floodplain ecosystems of the Amazon and is the natural diet of animals such as manatees, turtles, fish, buffalo and cattle. Aiming to contribute to the chemical knowledge and nutritional value of this plant, leaves and fruits of M. linifera were collected on the banks of the Guama and Maratauira rivers, Para State, Brazil. We determined the moisture content, ash mineral composition, lipids, protein, fiber, carbohydrate and caloric value of the fruits and leaves. The mineral composition (Ca, Mg, Cu, Fe, Zn and Mn) was obtained by flame atomic absorption spectrometry. The leaves and the fruits of M. linifera had caloric values of 289.75 kcal and 355.12 kcal, respectively; and a low protein concentration, 0.44% for leaves and 0.24% for fruits. Manganese concentrations were 3279.46 mg kg-1 for leaves and 18151.53 mg kg-1 for fruits. These Mn concentrations are considered toxic, as they exceed the maximum tolerable for the ruminants (1000 mg kg-1). The M. linifera has the capacity to absorb and bioaccumulate large amounts of Ca, Mg and Mn in the soil, which makes it inappropriate for exclusive use as food for turtles, cattle and buffaloes, requiring more studies for its application as part of the diet.
URI: http://repositorio.ufpa.br/jspui/handle/2011/2572
ISSN: 1809-4392
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